i'm considering a test strategy where i answer all multiple choice questions, MARK to review any MC questions that i am not positive are correct - and SKIP any questions that require mathematical calculation.
then when i get to the end of the MC portion i will click "REVIEW MARKED" and do a quick review of the simple MC questions that i marked.
then i will go and click on "REVIEW UNANSWERED" and do all of the mathematical questions at the same time.
i realize this /sounds/ complicated but it has the added benefit of grouping "like with like" so i can get some exam mojo going. as it sits everything is so mixed up content-wise that i think it would be helpful to do all the math questions together. basically i had to travel for my original PDD test and when i walked in and saw the first mathematic-based question in the morning i realized i didn't have the head to run the math so i skipped the math ones.
i did something like this in PPD but both my exams were "challenging" and i know i screwed this up in at least one case. so i was hoping to figure it out if i want to try it again.
basically i test well and i think it would be better for me to answer all the MC questions like a normal exam and then go and tackle the calculation based questions and then take a break and have to deal with the case study interface.
thoughts? constructive intel?
Please sign in to leave a comment.